Thursday, 12 November 2020

Christmas Themed Classroom Bulletin Boards

Here is a collection of Christmas themed bulletin boards that are perfect for an elementary classroom.  A Christmas theme would have a lot of snowflakes, snowmen, Christmas trees, and ornaments. The color theme is usually red, green, and gold. But you can use blue and silver for a wintery feel. Scroll down to see Christmas themed printables.

I love to find awesome classroom d├ęcor ideas. As an Amazon affiliate, I may earn a commission for purchases using my links. Learn more. The ideas and paid links below are based on Amazon finds that are great for making beautiful Christmas themed classroom bulletin boards.

This Christmas themed bulletin board is all about the positive traits of a Christmas tree. It used this border (#ad).

I like this school hallway Christmas bulletin board, it reads 'This Hallway is Under Elf Surveillance'. Cotton fluff (#ad) was used as snow on the roof.

This classroom corner Christmas setup has a tree, snowman, and North Pole scene backdrop(#ad)

Turn your classroom door into a gingerbread house for Christmas! This door was covered in dark green bulletin board paper, the walls have brown paper. Colorful plastic plates represent gumdrops and little gingerbread men (#ad) and large candy cut-outs (#ad) are everywhere.

This Candy land classroom door has Christmas themed cut outs like snowflakes, gingerbread man cutouts, and a candy cane lane sign (#ad).

Happiness is Catching Snowflakes on Your Tongue
'Happiness is Catching Snowflakes on Your Tongue': This bulletin board is a merging of two sets: the Peanuts Christmas bulletin board set (#ad) and the Carson Dellosa Christmas tree bulletin board set (#ad).

 Countdown to Christmas classroom bulletin board
A Peanuts Charlie Brown Christmas classroom door bulletin board set (#ad). Also, you can add Peanuts cut-outs to a large Christmas tree cut out (#ad) to create an original unique bulletin board idea like this countdown to Christmas bulletin board above. 


This is a Christmas themed red and gold bulletin board (#ad) for classrooms with a farmhouse feel by Teacher Created Resources. You can make it a buffalo plaid Christmas bulletin board if you use a black background with a buffalo plaid border. The set has so many pieces that you can just choose most of the red ones to match the red and black checker theme.

See my collection of Christmas themed E.L.A. printables here. 


You might like my Christmas joke book for your students. It has funny jokes that are clean and safe for children. Many joke books out there are NOT for kids. It is available on Amazon in a paperback and a Kindle versionIf you have Kindle Unlimited, then the e-book is free on your Kindle app and your kids can read it right away.

More Christmas classroom decor from Amazon:

Christmas paper fans for classroom decor

If you own a felt board, you can add red, gold, and white lettering (#ad) to match your Christmas theme.

Christmas classroom calendar bulletin board. Turn a simple calendar into a Christmas themed display by adding a Winter background, lots of Christmas cut-outs, and and a snowflake border trim.

By the way, when making bulletin boards, you have to have the best tools. I put together some helpful laminating tips in this blog post.

More Christmas ideas will be added soon.

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